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The Driving Standards Agency is to stop publishing the multiple choice questions and answers used in theory tests, Road Safety Minister Mike Penning announced today

The SMMT and the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI) have joined forces with the Carbon Trust to encourage greater energy efficiency within the automotive retail network

Over the course of the Spending Review period, The Department for Transport will reduce resource spending by 21% in real terms, and capital spending by 11% in real terms.

 

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Motorists in the UK are shunning motorway services because of the prices charged by such facilities, it has been found

 

The number of casualties on roads in Britain dropped by four per cent in 2009 following a seven per cent reduction in 2008

 

Fatalities on the UK's roads could be prevented by implementing a series of changes to current driving regulations

 

Proposals to identify the A1 north of Newcastle to the Scottish border a route of strategic national importance have been published by Transport Minister Mike Penning

 

Government have confirmed the eligibility criteria for its Plug-In Car Grant that, from January 2011, will offer motorists up to...

 

A joint venture between the Government's THINK! campaign and one of the country's largest lorry fleets is taking safety messages to the roads

 

Millions of UK drivers are taking to the road each year with bad eyesight, it has been found

 

A series of nine of the UK's leading road safety organisations have teamed up to issue a statement "in defence of speed cameras"

 

Road Safety Analysis has revealed ground breaking analysis into child road casualty risk by the areas in which they live

 

The Society for Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has published a report that investigates the standardisation of Electric Vehicle charging connections...

 

Responding to news today ( July 28th ) that Transport Secretary Philip Hammond is announcing cuts to grants for low-carbon vehicles, Friends of the Earth's transport campaigner Richard Dyer said..

 

SMMT has welcomed the Committee on Climate Change report, Building a low-carbon economy – the UK’s innovative challenge, advising the UK to protect funding for low carbon technologies

 

Highways Agency reduces the carbon footprint of motorway lighting in the early hours

 

SMMT welcomed the publication of government’s Digital Radio Action Plan which acknowledges the scale and complexity of the challenges facing the automotive industry in its transition to digital radio

 

Over 150 new low carbon buses will join fleets throughout England saving around 50,000 tonnes of CO2 thanks to £15m of additional Government funding, Transport Minister Norman Baker announced today

 

Vauxhall has secured contracts for the UK supply chain, ranging from internal trim components for Vauxhall production sites in the UK to providing components for other GM global manufacturing locations

 

The first of hundreds of environmentally-friendly vehicles have been delivered to Transport for London (TfL)

 

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